Founded Waxploitation. Continues to run it 22 years later as one of the most eclectic labels in an ever changing landscape of music & art. On any given day, Waxploitation is putting out electro-cumbia from Buenos Aires, trap from Mumbai, dark dance from UK, baile funke from deep inside Brazil’s slums. You hear it in commercials for iPhone or Adidas, shows like Homeland and Breaking Bad. He created the Stories for Ways & Means project featuring original collaborations with Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Frank Black, Bon Iver, Devendra Banhart, Anthony Lister, Dan Baldwin, James Jean and Swoon. With contributions from Zach Galifinakis, Danny Devito, Nick Offerman, D.R.A.M., Lizzo and more. Benefitting Room to Read, 826 National, Pencils of Promise. He developed and managed the careers of Danger Mouse, Gnarls Barkley, and (co-managed) Broken Bells as well as projects like ROME with Jack White + Norah Jones, Dark Night of the Soul with David Lynch, and Dangerdoom with MF DOOM + [Adult Swim]. Under Antebi’s day-to-day guidance, Gnarls Barkley’s debut sold more than 3.5 million albums worldwide. From '05 to '08, Waxploitation’s artists were nominated for 11 Grammys (and won two). He managed Danger Mouse's producing career through 2010, a period which included seminal albums for The Black Keys, Beck, Norah Jones, and Gorillaz. Also the release of the infamous Grey Album. Antebi produced the Causes album series to benefit Human Rights Watch, Doctors Without Borders, and Oxfam. Featuring Diplo, The Black Keys, The Shins, Animal Collective, LCD Soundsystem. Antebi is a photojournalist noted for covering elections held during war/crisis/conflicts such as Afghanistan, Haiti, Juarez, the Thai/Malay border. His works have appeared in/been featured by PBS NewsHour, Paris Review, CNN, Rolling Stone, NPR. First photographer ever exhibited by London’s StolenSpace gallery. Curated for exhibition by LACMA's Edward Robinson. His book Fever Dreams was published in 2013.